The 21st century offers a variety of ways to bring in new customers, ways that retailers only dreamt about a generation ago.
As millennials grow up, and everyone else becomes more tech savvy, consumers have become accustomed to rapid technological changes. A high-tech environment is even expected. Businesses failing to meet these expectations are often cast aside by savvy consumers.
Whether you are tech savvy or electronically challenged, it is important that your business embraces new technology. One of the most versatile forms of technology to grace the 21st century is the tablet. Microsoft Surfaces, Apple iPads and Samsung Galaxy Tablets offer us portable and easy-to-use interfaces which we can use to enhance and modernise business practices. So here are three simple ways to incorporate tablets into your business.
The brand new Apple iPad Pro has even more to offer than its past versions. This iPad comes in two sizes, the largest being the new 12.9 inch model, which boasts the highest screen resolution of any iOS device at 2732×2048. However, if it's mobility you are after, you may prefer the 9.7 inch model. The iPad Pro is more efficient, adaptable and portable than ever before, with optional keyboards available to purchase to turn the tablet into your computer, so you can use it anywhere and everywhere!
We'll soon be adding a new Kiosk to our Fusion Range. "EZY" will be our newest Fusion and is specifically designed for environments such as meeting rooms, offices that require client engagement, cafe's and restaurants where its important to have a kiosk application...
If the rumours are true - and they often are where technology is concerned - Apple will be revealing a few new gadgets at an event a bit later this month. Among them are a new iPhone and iPad. It's the iPad, however, that has the attention of the online community. Today, we'll look at why that is.
Technology plays a significant part in altering the nature of commercial transactions, and our behaviour along with it. Indeed, conglomerates are responding to technological change with a hybrid model of flexibility and innovation to drive the way that products are offered, bought and sold.